MamaToMyMunkins

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  1. You should be fine. The guideline on vinegar is that you can have any except for malt vinegar (which contains gluten) and vinegar with added sulfites. Wine vinegar, rice vinegar, etc, are all fine, so your white vinegar should be too! Carry on!
  2. These have potatoes and oat bran, both out, and canola oil, which isn't a preferred fat either. Sorry. http://www.drpraegers.com/Broccoli-Pancakes-P104.aspx
  3. Oven roasted is the BEST!! I leave them whole unless they are large, toss them in some oil of choice and salt and some garlic powder and roast at 450, shaking the pan every 5 minutes or so until done (about 25 minutes). SOOOO good! My okra-hating husband even loves them!
  4. Why not try replacing the quinoa with riced cauliflower?
  5. My favorite is the southwestern cumin lime dressing from www.theclothesmakethegirl.com LOVE it! She has a few more mayo based recipes you could try as well. http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com/category/recipes/sauces/
  6. How about serving it over a healthy serving of spaghetti squash or cauliflower rice? I love to do that to beef up my veggies for the meal and it will also help to dilute the hot a bit.
  7. This one is my favorite. I love it, my husband loves it, my four kids love it!! http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com/2009/02/22/my-favorite-chili-recipe/
  8. I know this gets said over and over again on here, but I would try magnesium!! You can do a search on Google, but muscle twitches, and cramps are often the first sign of magnesium deficiency. It's an easy fix and well worth giving a shot!
  9. Are you taking any magnesium? I get muscle cramps when my magnesium gets low. I take some before bed and it helps me sleep better and also helps the cramps.
  10. Wasn't at all arguing the pancake, just wanted to make sure I have been gauging my amounts correctly. Thanks so much for the clarification!
  11. Renee, according on ISWF (p. 194) a serving of coconut flakes isn't 2 thumbs, but one to two open (heaping) handfuls. Am I reading this correctly? I thought that things like oils and butters were measured by thumbs, but things like olives and coconut flakes were masured by handfuls instead. I would appreciate some guidance. Thanks!
  12. Jojo, coconut flakes are available online, if you can't find them locally. The Let's Do Organic brand is my favorite (much better flavor), but Bob's Redmill is another one that is easy to find. Here are both of them on Amazon (Prime!!). http://www.amazon.com/Lets-Do-Organic-Unsweetend-Coconut/dp/B000F4D5IU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1357445381&sr=8-3&keywords=coconut+flakes http://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Red-Mill-Coconut-Unsweetened/dp/B002YR97BU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1357445381&sr=8-1&keywords=coconut+flakes
  13. The Costco brand of organic chicken stock is sugar free.
  14. I haven't tried this recipe yet but have several friends that have given it rave reviews. Seems like an easy way to make rotisserie chicken at home, and you can cook up several at a time and freeze to have on hand. Hope this helps! http://www.food.com/recipe/roast-sticky-chicken-8782
  15. Did you make your mayo with EVOO? That can release bitter compounds in the olive oil and cause it to be bitter as well. Those are the only things I can think of. I hope you figure it out quickly!